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The 17 March TF1 presented us a short documentary on dental clinics in Hungary and medical tourism in French. Much of the story is faithful to reality but plays on the fears of viewers ... So we decided to put some order and tell you what TF1 does not say.
This was a tendency to believe the team at the University at Buffalo researchers who studied the records of patients of a dental practice. They found a significant correlation between those who used antidepressants and the failure rate of dental implants developed to present it at a recent conference of the Association of Dental Research in the US.